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and our city is directly in its path. >> new york city could be under a foot of snow. >> a of the main thoroughfares. >> states of emergency have been declared from north carolina to the state of maine. >> what can you do? >> thousands of travelers are not getting home for christmas. , thousands of passengers canceled flights between new york and massachusetts. airlines canceled 1400 flights from new york city on sunday with no backup plan. >> i was on hold four alice. -- four hours. >> we are not used to this kind of weather. >> atlanta at its first white christmas since 1881. maryland national guard members were deployed. >> i assume this was because we were not supposed to get a lot of snowfall and then it came from nowhere. >> snow was supposed to taper this morning. airlines expect it will be tomorrow or even later before flights get back to normal. abc news, washington. >>> all of people in the d.c. region are relieved today that we pretty much missed the brunt of the storm. >> that's true. there was swirling snow and intense wind. in maryland, driving has been hazardous and made
of the new york times won't get reviewed by the new york times. do you think the gray lady is hiding something? elizabeth edwards loses her battle with cancer and the media takes time to admire a woman. and 30 years ago, john lennon was gunned down in new york city, and an inside look at how that news was delivered to the world. joining us on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. conservative columnist, andrea tantaros, jim pinkerton and alan colmes, i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> we cannot play politics at a time when the american people are looking for us to solve problems. and so, i look forward to engaging the house and the senate, members of of both parties as well as media in this debate. >> jon: knots he mentioned the media. president obama at the start of the week after he announced that deal he reached with republicans on extending the bush era tax cuts. he seems to be set for battle with his party and with the press. the next day, mr. obama went toe to toe with the media at a white house news conference. >> this is a big d
. the item, because it has not been abated, the property at the time was owned by the bank of new york. went to a director's hearing on february 11 of this year, and it was noted properly to the owner of the time 10 days or more from the date of that february 11 hearing. those notices went out around the 27th, 28th of july of this year. at that time, when staff did their research, the owner of record was in fact the bank of new york. the hearing notification went to the property owner. unbeknownst to the department, there was a pending sale. the bank never notified us of this. three days before the directors hearing on february 8, the title changed. staff did not know that but we have subsequently become aware of that and a copy of that deed is in your package. the property owner that was notified 10 days before and an order was issued on the property. what happens in these cases is we have access to the recorders information. we go online to see what they recorded documents are that exist. the problem is, when there is a new deed that is reported, it is not put into the system right away. s
topped the charts and was selling 10,000 copies a day in new york city alone. it was a whirlwind of publicity for the band and it was john lennon's first time in new york city. music historian and author phillip norman recalled a strange twist to one of the photo ops in central park. >> it was just across the park from the dakota river and it was eerie because he was new to america and just really a short walk away where he was going to meet his death. >>> john lennon's love affair with new york took him a long way from the port city of liverpool england where he was born october 9, 1940. >> kimberly: john grew up in a very nice middle class suburb of liverpool and did not have the sort of childhooded that is sometimes attributed to him. his aunt who brought him up had a nice house with a tudor interior and stained glass windows. >> john's friends recalls how in his teens the rebellious lennon had fallen under the spell of american rock and roll. >> he was listening to jerry lewis and chuck berry and elvision. john liked the edge. john liked the rebellon. >> 1957, a 16-year-old j
a day in new york city alone. it was a whirlwind of publicity for the band and it was john lennon's first time in new york city. music historian and author phillip norman recalled a strange twist to one of the photo ops in central park. >> it was just across the park from the dakota river and it was eerie because he was new to america and just really a short walk away where he was going to meet his death. >>> john lennon's love affair with new york took him a long way from the port city of liverpool england where he was born october 9, 1940. >> kimberly: john grew up in a very nice middle class suburb of liverpool and did not have the sort of childhooded that is sometimes attributed to him. his aunt who brought him up had a nice house with a tudor interior and stained glass windows. >> john's friends recalls how in his teens the rebellious lennon had fallen under the spell of american rock and roll. >> he was listening to jerry lewis and chuck berry and elvision. john liked the edge. john liked the rebellon. >> 1957, a 16-year-old john lennon first met a 15-year-old paul mccartney
a number of delays and we are talking about the boston area new york and new jersey and harford connecticut. places like that, maine, we are seeing a number of cancellations and delays for that part of the area. but there's also a number of on time flights as well which many people are excited to see. this morning, as we headed in, there were flights delayed. but southwest airlines closed yesterday because of the winter storm but they have resumed some of the flights this morning. they started that at nine. and we caught with up some american airlines passengers that were actually trying to head to new york. and they are frustrated with what they call poor communication. american airlines put some passengers on a greyhound bus to new york but the bus had mechanical issues once passengers were on board and it returned back to bwi and passengers are very frustrated this morning and basically they just want to get to their destination. >> i understand snow and bad weather, but that doesn't suffice when they won't give you information. and any information that they give you is so fragile it is
gregory reports. >> reporter: the latest punch from old man winter hit hard in new york. blizzard warnings in the tristate area snarling travel plans for millions. >> we had nine out of ten families traveling back home in their car and the storm hitting the east coast. >> reporter: the entire northeastern corridor is blanketted. the holiday storm also hit philadelphia. >> there isn't going to be a game. >> reporter: heavy snow, high winds and near whiteout conditions postponed the sunday night football game between the vikings and eagles until tuesday night. >> reporter: before the game and after the game from 3:00 a.m. to midnight, we expected the worst of the weather to move in. that's exactly what happened. >> reporter: the massive storm brought a rare white christmas to much of the south. this is blue ridge, georgia. the atlanta area got its first white christmas in more than 100 years. the carolinas also took a direct hit, up to nine inches of snow on the ground in raleigh. that meant fun for kids of all ages. and in the city of norfolk, virginia, a winter's worth of snow in just 24 h
, new york, and in new england. courtney robinson has the latest from reagan national airport. >> pact airports, frustrated fliers, and flight cancellations starting to thaw out, but passengers still face days before they can board. >> i cannot wait until thursday. >> he arrived yesterday. he spent the night at reagan international airport, and have enough this morning. >> my brother is coming to get me hopefully. he might just come get me in a car. >> after two days trying to get to new york, this passenger followed suit, stranded at reagan. >> cold and uncomfortable. that is for sure. >> he says he is a night. >> i have been here since 5:00 in the afternoon yesterday until 6:30 a.m. this morning. it is an interesting trip. >> the blizzard crippled and closed three major airports in new york. logan airport faces a flood of passengers looking to three-book. >> we will make up for it. >> this family is now in sunny florida, scheduled to fly out sunday, they were rescheduled for today. >> we would have been sleeping in the airport, i am sure. >> roughly 7000 flights were canceled. new yo
-atlantic, on up to new england and including here in new york. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. snow all over the place. this one was the real thing. and there are piles of snow throughout new york city. for that matter, throughout the eastern seaboard. this is what an average new york city side street looks like. piles of snow this big and larger. cars buried. the problem is, this isn't an average new york city side street. we're standing in the middle of 49th street, just near the base of the world famous 30 rock christmas tree where millions of people come to see this site every year. this churning blizzard starting in the south, came up through new york city. again, the mid-atlantic, all the way through new england. and this was a whiteout here at this time yesterday. a history maker, no doubt. records fell along the length of the storm. 80 million americans were impacted by the storm, and look at that stat, 35 million americans witnessed blizzard conditions. transportation completely paralyzed. trains, planes and automobiles, all of it
newark and boston at this hour. passengers should expect delays the new york and that will have an impact on several trains that are making extra stops to accommodate additional riders. amtrak crews are asking for patience. people trying to find out -- fly out of washington are still facing long delays and cancellations today. suzanne kennedy was at reagan national. >> some people slept here last night and that may be the case again tonight as the cancellations of more than 6000 flights has caused some post- holiday travel headaches. the stock in airports to the north are causing frustration to the south. john bateman is now stuck at reagan national after being in south carolina with no way to make it home to boston. but i looked at the trains and they're all cancelled. -- >> i looked at the trains and they are all cancelled. >> melena's boyfriend hopped on a train to new york city to rescue her after she got waylaid at d.c. she was supposed to fly from brazil to dallas to new york, but her airline, instead, left her here. >> i figured it was better if i was with her, even if we both ende
right now it's new york city up to two feet of snow, what we've counted. the kind of storm the city kind of sees every once in every 10 or 15 years. a unique view. >>> let's head out to the terminals. weather channel's eric fisher with the wayward travelers at a laguardia airport in new york. hearing, what, a thousand flights alone canceled yesterday. can't be a lot of happy people there. >> reporter: no, absolutely not. weary travelers, for sure. yesterday we started out dry in the morning. the snow came in travel came to a halt, and it stayed that way ever since. saw limited rail service. roads still a mess. the airport quiet. that's the scene behind me. it has been for quite a long time. doesn't look like things are going to improve very much as we head into the afternoon hours. talking about some of the snow that's covered the runways. tried to clear it out. winds gust. covter back up again. that's what we have all of the big delays or even whispers jfk might not open until tomorrow morning. here at laguardia, expecting a late afternoon restart but it's going to take probably days b
, east of philly and new york city getting hit hard and new boston area and you can see to the east, warmer air, keeping that precipitation in the form of rain, and, 20 in philadelphia and 23° in new york city and the wind is picking up out there, and it will make it also a lot colder and these are your current windchills, and albany, new york, and philadelphia and, will continue to drop throughout tonight and keep in mind, that wind, aside from it feeling so cold outside, is also going to be producing problems and blowing and drifting snow and once the storm is get of the area, heading into monday and also on tuesday, you will still have a lot of blowing and drifting, and, poor visibility, that warning has been extended in the new york area, and, will not end at 6:00 p.m. monday, the winds will still be blowing. >> maria, thank you very much. >> gregg: the massive storm throwing a major wrench in the works of travel, plane, train or automobile. and the monster storm is leaving its mark from the mid-atlantic through new england and heather childers is braving the elements just outs
. here's what is looks like right now in a very snowy times square here in new york right now. a mess out there. midweek until travel is back to normal on the nation's roads, rails and also in the air. >> and it's going to take longer than that to dig out of the record snow that's been dumped in some areas. emily schmidt is braving the cold this morning and she's in washington. hello, emily. >> reporter: rob and mike, good morning to you. here in washington, the windchill in the single digits just a couple hours up the road, we're talking about snowfall in the double digits. some people are braising for up to 2 feet of snow. an all-out blizzard of 2010. all along the east coast, post-holiday blues are coming in a distinctive shade of white. >> the latest weather reports are qualifying this storm as a blizzard. and unfortunately, our city is directly in the path. >> reporter: new york city and its 6,000 miles roads could soon be under at least a foot of snow. >> we're asking everyone to stay home. >> reporter: states of emergency haven't declared by governors from north carolina to maine.
and this is "way too early," the show that performs in a shirtless barbershop quartet at new york area senior living facilities. it's our little way of giving back. i'm glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com or do what jumping joe ratzinger and text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this thursday, december 16th. ray lot going on today including new nbc polls that show how the president is doing today and how he would do matched against sarah palin in a couple of years. >>> plus, michael vick says he is ready to own a dog again. in other news john wayne gacy is ready to adopt a couple of kid.. no, he is not around anymore. >>> first the news. the house will vote today on the tax plan negotiated by the white house and republican leaders after easily cleared the senate yesterday. in an overwhelming 81-19 vote, both democrats and republicans agreed to extend the bush era tax rates for a
possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now "bbc world news." >> and alleged part -- alleged plot to attack high-profile targets across the u.s. -- across the uk -- nine men are charged with terrorist offenses. the u.s. and germany voice concerns after mikhail khodorkovsky is convicted of embezzlement and money laundering. heavy snowstorms cause chaos all along the eastern seaboard. welcome to "bbc world news" broadcast on pbs and run the globe. as english looks to capitalize on their advantage ahead of the third day's play. we get to a village in kenya to find out why it has a proud record of producing champion long-distance runners. >> nine men arrested in police raids in the u.k. appeared in court charged in connection with plots to kill high-profile targets in the u.k. the london stock exchange,
, patience is waning for thousands of snow bound travelers. all three new york airports are open following the massive storm that shut down travel along the east coast. manuel gallegos reports that it could take days before things return to normal. >> reporter: commuters in new york city are climbing over piles of snow as they make their way to work. plows keep pushing it into the crosswalks. but in the city's outer boroughs some haven't seen any plows yet. and it's slow-going at airports across the region. in boston it to take until friday to clear the backlog of passengers and at new york's airports thousands are still stranded. david wood is trying to get to houston. >> if i can get a good meal and a shave i'll be fine. >> others are running out of patience. >> we're in limbo. i'm aggravated. >> reporter: here in times square crews aring up the stands for the new year's eve celebrate. a million people are set to watch the ball drop here. >> there are a lot of stages to be built and cables to be put down and so it slowed us down but people in new york know how to make it happen. >> repor
emily loyd and the head of department of environmental protection of new york city and appointed by mayor bloomberg to head this agency in 05. the department is responsible for imagining new york cities waist water and treatment, drinking supply, handling hazard materials and emergency x toxicities and removal of those and enforcing cities air and noise codes. they also have substantial responsibility outside of new york city managering 2 thousand square miles of the hudson valley. prior to heading up this agency commissioner loyd served as executive vice president for public affairs at colombia university and was in the administration for ten years and commissioner for sanitation under mayor, jenkins and was ma developer at port an authority and commissioner for traffic and parking for the city of boston. emily, thank you so much. we are so glad to have your energy, your smarts to lead us to this tough topic this morning. thank you. [applause] >> thank you, susan. well, as the only - at least self identifying water system manager from the east coast, i had originally planned br
coming back online. amtrak resumed a limited service in new york to boston. >> trying to get on amtrak, evidently a lot of other people because there's an hour holding on amtrak to try to get through. >> reporter: driving is a nightmare on this monday after christmas. leave the local roads out of it. even highway travel will take time to return to normal. >> you're going to boston? >> yes, going home. >> reporter: in this weather, the smart thing to do, of course, stop off at the highway and check into a hotel, right? t. would be the smart thing, except you can't get off the highway at all. all the exits, they're not plowed. >> all right. so let's go now to laguardia airport. the weather channel's eric fisher standing by live. what's the update when it comes to air travel, eric? >> the update, contessa, is that it's still pretty quiet in the pair space above laguardia, jfk and newark. they'll try open this afternoon. dodging back and forth throughout the day. bottom line, until at least 4:00 and then hopefully question start to get things going. not a solid time, but certainly it won't
the cars at home, take mass transit and be careful. >>> welcome to a winter wonderland in new york city. it is 6:00 in the morning on this monday, two days after christmas. the white christmas came a day late actually yesterday as this blizzard blew through the northeast. we've seen the worst of the snow here in new york city over these live pictures. that's times square right outside our building here at rockefeller plaza. now it's moving up north, hammering boston. we're going to get live reports from up and down the coast. i'm willie geist. it's great to be back with you. joe and mika have the week off. i'll be here all week. this morning we're talking is a little while about snow. winter storm warnings up and down the east coast. still one in effect here in new york city until noon. really the story now is up in the boston area where the snow is still dumping. the mayer and governor deval patrick of massachusetts asking people just stay home. thousands of flight cancellations have stranded people this holiday weekend. the newark airports closed until noon. that's backing things up a
.c. by train or by bus. most trains running on schedule between washington and new york. service is limited from the new york up to maine. there's limited service from new york city to new england. boltbus has canceled service. megabus has canceled service until 4:00 p.m. flights are canceled to new york and boston. it could be days before passengers make it to their destinations. courtney robinson has the latest from reagan national airport. >> this is not your typical holiday airport rushed. with heavy snow falling from atlanta to north carolina to philadelphia and new york and boston, the east coast is getting hits hard, forcing airlines to cancel hundreds of flights and causing more than headaches for thousands of passengers. >> frustrating. everything is cancelled. >> last night, winston made his flight from atlanta and lou d.c. this morning his luck has run out. >> i have always been lucky enough, but not this time. >> new york city is under nearly 1 foot of snow and is in the paths of a blizzard. it has crippled major airports. >> 7 hours. >> after driving seven hours to reagan natio
10,000 copies a day in new york city alone. it was a whirlwind of publicity for the band and it was john lennon's first time in new york city. music historian and author phillip norman recalled a strange twist to one of the photo ops in central park. >> it was just across the park from the dakota river and it was eerie because he was new to america and just really a short walk away where he was going to meet his death. >>> john lennon's love affair with new york took him a long way from the port city of liverpool england where he was born october 9, 1940. >> kimberly: john grew up in a very nice middle class suburb of liverpool and did not have the sort of childhooded that is sometimes attributed to him. his aunt who brought him up had a nice house with a tudor interior and stained glass windows. >> john's friends recalls how in his teens the rebellious lennon had fallen under the spell of american rock and roll. >> he was listening to jerry lewis and chuck berry and elvision. john liked the edge. john liked the rebellon. >> 1957, a 16-year-old john lennon first met a 15-
, the new york region's three main airports, laguardia, jfk and newark, reopened. cnn's alison kosik rejoins us from laguardia. it looks like the worst is behind us? yes? >> reporter: kind of, but if you ask the people that are sitting behind me, they are still in the worst of it. they continue to be stranded, even though the snow has stopped falling. what's happening here at laguardia is one of the runways has finally opened it opened at 4:00, really not a lot of action expected to come out of this runway at this point. we are expecting to see about seven planes arrive after about 7:30, but not much -- not much really going out, at least that is what we are hearing. we are hearing less than a dozen planes are even sitting on the field. not going to really see any planes going out today. so, sure, going to see more of the same behind me, people trying to eat, trying to stay awake, trying to make it through yet another night here at laguardia, until hopefully, they can get to their destination tomorrow. we are hearing some great stories from some of these people. wouldn't most memorable, a gu
man winter hit hard in new york. blizzard warnings in the tristate area. the wicked weather wiping out hundreds of flights. and snarling travel plans for millions on christmas weekend. >> you had nine out of ten families traveling back home in their car, and this storm hitting the east coast. >> reporter: the entire northeastern corridor is blanketed. the holiday storm also walloped philadelphia. >> there isn't going to be a game. >> reporter: heavy snow, high winds and near whiteout conditions postponed the sunday night football game between the viegings and eagles until tuesday night. >> before the game, and after the game, from basically 3:00 a.m. to midnight we expected the worst of the weather to move in. >> reporter: the massive storm brought a rare white christmas to much of the south. this is blue ridge, georgia. the atlanta area got its first white christmas in more than 100 years. the carolinas also took a district hit. up to nine inches of snow on the ground in raleigh. meant fun for kids of all ages. and in the city of norfolk, virginia, a winter's worth of snow in just 24
will stranded on the tarmac because there were no customs agents. parts of new york city got better with over 2 feet of snow in -- and 60 mile per hour winds. residents in and out of manhattan are livid over the streets. >> we will not get to everybody every time. we will meet mistakes, but we have to continue plugging ahead. yelling about it and complaining does not help. >> and this youtube video shows and even the plow is left with its head spinning. high winds are being blamed after five chairs at this ski resort in maine dropped. people were injured. those in florida may have escaped the snow, but not the cold weather. it was 34 degrees in palm beach overnight, breaking a record set in 1928. >> we want to be on the beach. we want to stand. i am wearing my coat that i wear in new york. >> the rain is expected to move down the coast and last until wednesday night. >> this is the biggest snowstorm in recorded history in new york city and the second worst december storm. >> the winds were so strong in pennsylvania that tebo should think dinard's tumbled from a train into the susquehanna river.
home. new york, connecticut, boston, d.c., jersey, facing feet of snow in some cases. hundreds of flight, as you can imagine, already cancelled, and cities are loading up the salt trucks because a lot of people hitting the roads as well. no matter if you are flying or driving back home today, you need to hear about this travel forecast. we will tell you when and exactly where this extreme weather is going to hit. from the cnn center, this is your cnn sunday morning. hope you all had a good day yesterday. many of you with your families. thank you for being here this morning. 6:00 a.m. here in atlanta. 2:00 p.m. in baghdad. wherever you may be, glad you're right here. as always, i'm t.j. holmes. want to welcome the troops serving in iraq, afghanistan, and all around the world. thank you for all you do. let's get started. >>> it's going to be a doozy of a couple of days. blizzard warnings up from washington to new york to maine. we're talking here -- this isn't snow you're seeing. this is actually salt. this is going to be one of the best weapons right now that a lot of cities and
.s., causing the cancellation of thousands of lights. the new york area was in the eye of the storm today and had nearly 50 centimeters of snowfall on sunday alone. there are currently no flights into or out of jfk or newark airports in new york. the state of north carolina, virginia, maryland, new jersey, massachusetts and maine have all declared emergencies. we have this report from washington. >> if you want to know why the northeast of the u.s. sees that over the last 24 hours, just keep an eye on the clock. so much snow falls so fast that clock has to be repeatedly debt free. this time lapse of video from new jersey shows how it was not just the amount of snow but the speed with which it fell that nearly shut down the northeast seaboard. the result was travel misery that thousands suffered across europe before christmas hit the u.s.. new york's airports scrap more than a thousand flights. there was only one place for travelers to hundred down. tourists have had their short breaks extended as airlines cancelled flights. >> we were told we could not go home sunday evening but could get
in "studio b" tomorrow. >> two hours and counting all three new york area airports hoping to get the first flights out as a massive blizzard cripples the east coast and the effects are about to take hold nationwide. welcome, everyone, i am here for neil cavuto and this is "your world." more than 100,000 people remain without power at this hour. road conditions are treacherousi causing thousands of traffic accidents from north carolina to maine and retail stocks are hit as the storm slams the shopping and shuts in fedex and ups and 2,500 flights already canceled. some could be stranded physical friday. and the ripple effect causing delays as far away as florida. on the phone is port authority spokesman which runs the new york area airports. steve, welcome to "your world." when will flights arrive and depart? >>guest: we have good news. we are expected to open la guardia in a moment and john f. kennedy and newark will be open but, a lot of the flights canceled for today already, and they could have a normal schedule tomorrow morning so there will be flight activity tonight but it will be min
, it is " to have its first visit to new york. then it will go to cooperstown where the franchise was founded years ago. as the mayor said, we will be back here january 4 for the first thought on that door and then off to 35 cities where we will hear more about the details. before closing, let me just tell you what we have been up to since we saw you here on november 3. there is no off-season in baseball in terms of the amount of work that has to be done. most people's celebrations ended right after the parade. some people had put in long hours before the landing of the plane from arlington and everyone was hard at work on november 4. the point is, there is no room for complacency. this is too competitive of a game. we have raised our fan base and want to deliver by continuing to be contenders for postseason baseball you're in, year out. the baseball folks immediately turned to an analogy for the season, how can they do it again? they have been hard at work. the good news is, we should be back with essentially the same team that won it all in 2010. we have outstanding, young starting pitching. we h
as two feet of snow with records set up and down the east coast a. very cold whit johnson in new york's times square with more. whit, good morning to you. >> reporter: terrell, good morning to you. welcome to times square this popular tourist spot is being used as a dumping ground right now for all this snow. if you are trying to get around, it's really sort of a mixed bag. some of the streets as you can see are clear and good to go. others are impassable, completely covered with snow. for those actually trying to get somewhere like go home after the holidays, there are few options, if any. the first monster storm of the season continues to hammer much of the east coast this morning. crippling virtually every type of travel. >> the treats are horrible. everything's just horrible. >> reporter: overnight two of the busiest airports in the world, jfk and newark shut down completely after snowplows couldn't keep up. airlines are hoping to get passengers back in the skies later today african selling more than 1400 flights over the weekend. >> you take it for what it is. if you travel, you
. >> reporter: new york city and its 6,000 miles roads could soon be under at least a foot of snow. >> we're asking everyone to sty home. >> reporter: states of emergency have been declared from governors from north carolina to maine. >> what can you do? >> reporter: that means thousands of travelers who hope to get home from christmas aren't getting home anytime soon. >> we had already that they already canceled the trains. >> reporter: amtrak canceled travel between new york and massachusetts. and with all the snow flying, people aren't. airlines canceled 1,400 flights out of new york city sunday with no simple plan "b." >> i was hung up seven times i was finally on line for four hours before i talked to a human rege. >> reporter: the nor'easter began in the southeast, atlanta thats first white christmas since 1981. maryland's governors were deployed for operation "fierceful dusting." >> very unique name. i assume it was created because we weren't supposed to get snow, all of a sudden, it came out 6 nowhere. >> reporter: the snow is expected to taper off this morning. the problems won't
outages because of the winds have been restored this morning. >> and some people living in the new york suburbs are still waiting for plows on their streets. more than 30 inches of snow fell in parts of new york and new jersey. one sign of improvement, the acting governor of new jersey has lifted the state of emergency there. >> in new england, this is tough. add flooding to the nearly two feet of snow in some spots. massachusetts coast is taking a beating by this nor'easter and it sparked fires. at logan airport in boston, some flyers are being told they'll have to wait until friday to get out of town. >> as far as travel up and down the east coast, it is slowly starting to get back to normal. >> thousands of people who planned on taking the bus out of town in the last couple of days are hoping to finally be on the road this morning. >> they hope so. surae chinn is live where some of the bus lines are finally indeed moving again. good morning. >> reporter: well, hope is definitely here, at least at the bus station. you can see that the megabus has arrived for the 6:00 a.m. flight -- re
in the air and on the ground. a gliz -- blizzard warning remains in affect for new york city and parts of new jersey that could see 20 inches of snow by tomorrow morning. more than 1400 flights were canceled out of new york city's three major airports alone leaving thousands of post christmas travelers stuck for now. u.s. airways has canceled 110 flights for tomorrow and other airlines don't expect normal operations to resume until tuesday. it was a frustrating day at the airport for many. >> we were supposed to leave at 5:30, and they are opening up new reservation for tomorrow morning. >> they have given us a flight for tomorrow morning, but then they said don't count on it. >> they canceled service from new york to maine and bus companies halted routes up and down the coast. they declared a snow emergency and urged people to stay off the roads. it was so bad the nfl rescheduled tonight's philadelphia eagles game against the minnesota vikings for tuesday. >>> and the grounded planes on the east coast caused a domino affect that stretched all the way to san francisco international airport. t
fallen in new jersey. new york city still picking up a couple more inches throughout the next couple of hours. boston still going to get another half foot. for maine, the bulk of it's still yet to come. that's going to be a problem throughout much of the day. please be careful if you plan to be driving outside. hopefully you don't have to be outside through today. >> all right, ava, thanks a lot. >>> as mentioned the storm system also left its mark on the southeast over the christmas weekend. historic snowfalls there. >> that's left an enormous amount of holiday travelers stuck in their tracks. as abc's david kerley reports that's only part of the story in philadelphia. >> reporter: well, this winter wallop is making it difficult to get home from the holidays. flights have been canceled all up and down the east coast corridor. and it's not just the airlines. the roads are treacherous as well. and in the south too. this is virginia, which missed a white christmas by a day, but boy is it covered with snow. and the last time atlanta had a white christmas was in 1881, the year bef
who will then hire a new head coach with york's approval. we'll have more on that interview. very insightful about where this organization is coming. it's very insightful, you hate to see the head coach lose his job but they had those expectations. >> 11:30, we'll tune in. >>> the timing couldn't have been worse for hundreds of travelers trying to make it home. and this is a look at new york city. the storm has hauled travel in the air, on the ground, even in the rails. amtrak has shut down all service from new york. ripple effects have stranded travelers right here, tom. >> reporter: no one wants to waste travel time going to where they want to be. but that weather has left people stranded all over the country. we talked about how they are coping. meredith wentworth is stuck hatch way across the country after a trip to alaska. >> not a bad thing to be stuck in san francisco. >> no it's not, but i've been in the air for 14 hours already today. so i'm just looking forward to getting into a hotel room. >> reporter: it's been a bad so far. the airport looks deserted. >> i believe the
the blizzard-like conditions. currently wind gusts at about 26 miles per hour in new york city. boston has seen 35. we've seen even higher gusts than this. long island has gusts as high as 60, 70 miles per hour. and that is just whipping around that wind, creating those blizzard-like conditions, at least for the next couple of hours. new york city really getting hit hard. treacherous travel out there all along the interstates and it looks like into boston, the worst is still yet to come. just for the morning rush hour, and eventually all the snow heading into maine as well. now back to you rob and mike. >> quick question here. when should folks in new york expect all the snow to finally be out of here? >> well, it's going to still be around the early part of the day but i think the worst of it will be ending after about 6:00 or 7:00. so people heading to work early on, you're going to be running into major problems. for the later part of the commute it may not be as bad. snow around through much of the day and blowing snow with that with the winds. it's going to be pretty bad
plowed. this is new york like you rarely ever see it. >> so you were far more lucid than i was. we started out a little before 3:00 in the morning from the 'burbs from north and east of here. i had to help my driver shovel. we got stuck. >> i wish i had video of that. >> you would have liked that. and here's what happened when we were trying to get on i-95. >> we're waiting for this snow plow to plow the on ramp to 95. so that we can actually get on the highway. >> ah yes. that's how kiernan sounds before her first cup of coffee. stay warm and don't go out unless you have to. >> do as we say, not as we do. >> was that your voice? >> we'll see you tomorrow morning. we made it in today. we'll make it tomorrow. >> good morning, guys. great to see your commute in. it's 9:00 a.m. on the east coast, 6:00 a.m. in the west. good morning everybody. i'm alina cho in for kyra phillips. a massive snowstorm is paralyzing much of the northeast today. closing airports, canceling flights and stranding holiday travelers. as much as 29 inches of snow has fallen on parts of the east coast. a blizzard
this look familiar last february? where are we? this video is from today in new york city. people who live in the big apple are not happy about it. today new york's mayor apologizes for his city's response to the huge snowstorm. the daily news had a headline, snow sorry and now officials here say there could be changes on the way they approach the next big storm when it hits we have that story tonight. >> reporter: yeah. last winter leaders responded to the blizzard with a specific strategy, public safety would be the priority. that meant targeting main roads to try to keep them open for police and fire crews. that left secondary roads unplowed for days or weeks. there were complaints not unlike this but overall officials in baltimore are pretty proud of the way they came through the storms. even as the snow continued to fall as seen in this city fire video from youtube crews made it to a burning home on an unplowed street. they say no 911 calls were missed during last winter a blizzard. the reason they say a strict focus on keeping the largest streets in the city as clear as possible. >>
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